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From October 6-16, 2015, the Atomic Photographers Guild will stage an exhibition at the Old Bank of Japan, Hiroshima Branch. The building survived the atomic bombing in 1945 and is presently the site of an Arts Center.
We’re very pleased to have our work included in the exhibition, which includes a selection of work by Guild photographers from the United States, Canada, Germany, Australia and Japan. The exhibition addresses a variety of subjects ranging from nuclear facilities to Hibakusha. The exhibition also highlights 40 works from Patrick Nagatani’s Nuclear Enchantment project.
There are several other events and special projects associated with the exhibition, including a slide show projected on a screen made of recycled paper peace cranes. In addition, a project entitled, “Trinity Site Monument @ Hiroshima 2015,” invites visitors to the exhibition to take part in erecting a monument. More information can be found on the Atomic Photographers Guild website.
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